Three Crowns, the heart-friendly milk and foremost dairy brand renowned for showing care for mums recently celebrated World Heart Day in unique ways. Marked globally on Tuesday 29th of September, Three Crowns Milk was at the frontier of the World Heart Day festivity through a heart health awareness campaign amongst its online consumers. The campaign was also extended to consumers and visitors across General Hospitals in Alimosho and Ajeromi LGAs on the September 29th & 30th, respectively via a sponsored free cholesterol level check-up. In continuation of the week-long World Heart Day activity, the low-cholesterol milk brand partnered with K-dove place, wellness and recreational centre in Ojodu, Lagos. Held on October 3, 2020, the activation began with early morning fitness activities and cholesterol level check-up \u2013 and then closed with refreshing milk-fruit smoothies and goodie bags for all participants. Consumers across the different locations showed excitement and gratitude to the brand as some confirmed it was their first time of checking their cholesterol levels. According to the Marketing Manager for Three Crowns, Omolara Banjoko, World Heart Day, is part of an international campaign aimed at creating awareness about heart disease and its prevention \u2013 and as a brand that cares for the heart and knows the effect of high cholesterol levels on heart health, there is no better way to celebrate it than sponsoring free cholesterol checkups for its consumers. Three Crowns, a leading dairy brand from the stable of FrieslandCampina WAMCO advocates milk as being an essential nutrient for every individual. Endorsed by the Nigerian Heart Foundation, the low-cholesterol milk brand has for over three decades, nourished mothers and their families with essential vitamins and minerals that support their wellbeing. HEADLINES YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED FROM BRAND SPUR Orange collaborates with Smart Africa and announces new investments in Africa to improve the quality of service and data security for end-users Orange, a platinum member of the\u00a0Smart Africa\u00a0Alliance, supports the One Africa Network (OAN) project which has the aim of reducing the cost of communication and keeping the traffic generated and destined for Africa within Africa. Sony Led the Growing Smartphone Image Sensor Market in H1 2020 The global smartphone Image sensor market led by Sony reached a total revenue of $6.3 billion in H1 2020, according to the Strategy Analytics Handset Component Technologies service report, \u201cSmartphone Image Sensor Market Share Q2 2020: Revenue down by 6 per cent as Sony dominates the market.\u201d Dettol Cool Announces Ighalo As Brand Ambassador Manchester United forward, Odion Ighalo, has been named as an ambassador of Nigeria\u2019s leading hygiene brand Dettol. TVC Communications Partner with P&G to Commemorate 2020 Child Health Day To commemorate the 2020 Child Health Day, Africa\u2019s foremost media company, TVC Communications; owners of TVC, TVC News, Max FM (Lagos & Abuja) & Adaba FM in partnership with Procter & Gamble recently donated Pampers Baby Diapers to post-natal mothers at Nigeria\u2019s biggest Maternity Hospital in Lagos; Ayinke House Maternity Hospital, Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria. Market Cap of Three Leading Pharma Companies Jumped by $27bn in 2020, Roche Holding the Biggest Winner The global pharmaceutical industry has experienced significant growth in the last two decades, with pharma revenues worldwide reaching $1.25trn in 2019. Besides generating huge profits, some of the leading companies responsible for the research, development, production, and distribution of medications also witnessed a substantial market cap growth this year. COVID-19 disrupting mental health services in most countries, WHO survey The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted or halted critical mental health services in 93% of countries worldwide while the demand for mental health is increasing, according to a new WHO survey. The survey of 130 countries provides the first global data showing the devastating impact of COVID-19 on access to mental health services and underscores the urgent need for increased funding.